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  • New Temporary Building

    New Temporary Building

    New temporary building provides more testing space at Wozair.

    Wozair has constructed a new temporary building situated in the lower section of the rear yard in Gillingham, following demand for more space after securing a large project. After a competitive tendering process, Warwickshire based Smart Space were appointed to build the temporary facility at the head offices, which now provides additional space for testing large Air Handling Units (AHU’s). AHU’s are designed to provide conditioned air that is filtered, cooled, heated, humidified or dehumidified according to customer requirements. Each unit must go through rigorous testing before it is packed and shipped to the client. Previously, the workshop had capacity for testing only one unit at a time. With the addition of the temporary building multiple units can now be tested simultaneously, resulting in shorter lead times. Wozair are thrilled to have had the option to extend their factory space to meet growing demand. Smart Space designed the 30m x 15m structure which stands 6m tall with a sloped roof providing extra height. The independently owned and British based company employs over 30 staff working closely with their customers to ensure all regulatory standards are met. Wozair initially planned to retain the unit for 3 months to assist with current projects; however, if demand for more space continues this may be extended.  

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  • BTA for the Jules Horowitz Reactor

    BTA for the Jules Horowitz Reactor

    Wozair Limited have been selected to manufacture Blast Protection Dampers for the Jules Horowitz Reactor (RHJ) which is currently under construction at Cadarache in Southern France. The RJH is a Material Test Reactor (MTR) named after the 20th century French nuclear scientist Jules Horowitz and is expected to begin operation in 2021. The reactors construction was recommended by ESFRI as a replacement for the European Union’s existing materials testing reactors, which were all built in the 1960’s, and are expected to reach the end of their service lives by 2020. Blast Tube Array (BTA) will be provided for the programme in both single and modular sizes of up to 2440W/1300H and 2500W/1000H. The dampers are located on the MVK and MVL backup networks between the external AHU and between the exhaust fans and external fans. Blast systems will also be included on the fresh air ducting and exhaust of cooling units EIS2. The Wozair BTA is a technical revolution in blast protection, addressing several technical challenges whilst providing improved safety and protection. Years of research and development have resulted in an elegant philosophy to wave attenuation that breaks down the blast overpressure in a static device. The result is a lower pressure drop, no moving parts and maintenance free operational lifetime in an extremely cost-efficient product. Wozair Limited will be providing full documentation in dual-language for the project to meet French standards with definition and follow up folders for quality, traceability and workers qualifications. Documentation for the qualification of the BTA under the project conditions will also be provided. Wozair are thrilled to be a part of the project which is the largest new platform for irradiation experiments in support of Generation II and III reactors, Generation IV technologies, and radioisotope production.

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  • Wozair (USA) Accreditation

    Wozair (USA) Accreditation

    Wozair receive Buy American and Buy American accreditation at their USA facility in March this year

    Wozair are delighted to have received Buy America and Buy American accreditation in March this year at their USA facility, enabling them to bid and win their first project under this scheme for designing and manufacturing of bespoke heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) components for the Staten Island ferries in New York City. The project consists of manufacturing a range of Fire Dampers, Blast Dampers and Control Dampers for 3 x 320ft vessels. The compliance has created a host of opportunities for the company who also have manufacturing facilities in Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, the USA as well as their primary base in the UK. The Buy America Act is the name for a group of domestic content restrictions that attach to specific funds administered by the American Department of Transportation (DOT) and is part of the Surface Transportation Assistance Act of 1982. Separate and distinct from the Buy America Act is the Buy American Act, passed in congress in 1933 which only applies to “federal” procurement. It does not apply to DOT funded state/local projects because, while the source of the money for those projects is federal, such purchases are not made directly by the federal government. Both Acts seek to increase transparency and ensure federal agencies prioritise purchase of American-made goods in compliance with the existing law. It enables Wozair to bid for jobs directly on the US government portal. The penalties for non-compliance are serious and include civil or criminal False Claims Act Violations, suspension or debarment. Wozair are currently bidding for a number of exciting projects under the legislation which they are hoping to win and expand their client portfolio.

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  • Latest MFD in Oldest Power Station Dounreay

    Latest MFD in Oldest Power Station Dounreay

    Wozair HVAC Specialists supply the new Sellafield Engineering Standard MFD Fire Dampers, for installation into one of the oldest nuclear power stations in the world, Dounreay on the Scottish north coast.

    Fire Damper MFD installed at Dounreay by Wozair New Sellafield Engineering Standard Fire Dampers MFD installed at oldest power station Dounreay Wozair HVAC Specialists are proud to announce the securing of orders to supply the new Sellafield Engineering Standard Fire Dampers, for installation into one of the oldest nuclear power stations in the world, Dounreay on the Scottish north coast. Fire Damper specifications within the UK nuclear industry have changed over the last couple of years with the introduction of the EN1336 Part 2 fire test which demands more rigorous testing while maintaining the products' integrity and containment, all of which are key features of this product. To learn more about our MFD Fire Damper product range and all its exciting features, tap here. 

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  • Frozen Assets

    Frozen Assets

    The Yamal LNG project is located deep in the Russian Arctic. A venture undertaken by Novatek, CNPC Total, and Silk Road Fund. Due to the extremly harsh weather conditions experienced in this part of the world. Our equipment has been designed and developed to operate within the extreme conditions on the Yamal peninsula. Being located above the Arctic Circle. A region that is ice-bound for seven to nine months during the year, it's isolated location from all cities and oil and gas infrastructure creates a challenging and complex project. With the facility expected to produce 16.5 million metric tons of liquefied natural gas annually. Wozair Limited are due to supply over 1100 items including FGDs, MFDs and BRDs. With the contract split to give more efficient manufacture time and to meet deadlines.

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  • Take It To The Bridge

    Take It To The Bridge

    Talisman Montrose BLP Sets Sail from Heerema Shipyard

    According to Talisman Sinopec, the 10,500 tons Montrose BLP topside was loaded on the barge at the Zwijndrecht yard in The Netherlands. Heerema Fabrication Group’s Zwijndrecht yard started the construction of the integrated production Montrose BLP topsides in March 2013. At the time, the topside was planned to be completed for load out in April 2015. The topside is meant for Montrose Area Redevelopment (MAR) project, located in the UK North Sea, where Talisman Sinopec Energy UK is the operator with a working interest of 58.97%, and Marubeni Oil & Gas (U.K.) is its sole partner. MAR is a project that sees the significant modification and expansion of the existing Montrose Area infrastructure including the development of three new fields: Godwin, Cayley and Shaw. The new BLP will be connected to the Montrose Alpha platform – one of the oldest in the North Sea – to provide additional process and plant support facilities.

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